Today is Women Entrepreneurs Day. What better way to observe the occasion than to be inspired by women who made it against the odds?
Twitter is set to open an R&D facility in India, the company confirmed today. This is not really a surprise, since it comes weeks after Twitter acquired local s...
“Twitter’s primary objective in India and emerging markets is growth,” says Jaitly. And now it has a weapon that will help a lot.
Twitter confirmed today that it has acquired Zipdial, an Indian startup that has made a business out of something really unusual – missed calls.
Tech is still largely a man's world, but more and more women in India are turning technopreneurs. Here's a look at 10 change-makers in the tech startup scene.
Meet Valerie Wagoner, co-founder and CEO of ZipDial, an India-based startup that wants to be the Google Analytics of the offline world.
The missed call is a lucrative business in India. Facebook now wants to tap on that by working with Bangalore startup Zipdial.
There's so much talk about the latest mobile apps these days and that's caused us to ignore a very important and innovative space that Asia is dominating: SMS.
ZipDial is a unique company from Bangalore, India that monetizes from missed calls.